Resolutions... But I hate those damn things.

How about this, I'll try to log on atleast once during my week off? I will also do the same for my ravelry page since I noticed today that I have 30 some frigg'n messages.

As I sit here wating for my Tandori Chicken to finish cooking so I can feed Bob and head towards work, I feel like I should blog and post more, hell even maybe update my Youtube videos, but all in all, I feel like this is a somewhat wasteful use of my time. Wouldn't it be better spent knitting or working out, or walking and training my dogs? I've been badgered to post more pictures of my work, especially the stuff I make up on the fly, but beyond a couple people who actually want to see it, I feel like it's very egotistical of me to assume anyone gives a crap.

Ok guys, that was my resolution rant. Sorry about that.



smalltownknitguy's picture

I have similar feelings. 13 followers on my blog, many friends on Ravelry, 4 projects on my needles, and I have to work M-F. Wish there was more time to do the things I really love.

AKQGuy's picture

And if you give up on sleep so you can stay up and knit, you find your body gives up on you somewhere in the wee hours of the morning and you discover some REALLY interesting stitch work.

Joe-in Wyoming's picture

How very true. -- Books, knitting, cats, fountain pens...Life is Good.

Books, knitting, cats, fountain pens...Life is Good.